ISBN 9788129112934,Be Inspired

Be Inspired


Amber Ahuja


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ISBN 9788129112934

Rupa & Co

Publication Year 2010

ISBN 9788129112934

ISBN-10 8129112930


Number of Pages 168 Pages
Language (English)


Are you confident about how to make the right career decisions in the twenty-first century? India is changing fast, and in more ways than one can imagine. There are many ordinary individuals who have made it big in their respective careers. You are no different. If you believe you too can become successful, here is your chance! Rooted in a meeting with His Excellency, Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam (former President of India) in 2004, this book aims to inspire and guide individuals in their career decision making process by showcasing and analysing how India's most successful individuals took their career decisions, established goals, and achieved them. This book introduces and applies the breakthrough career decision making techniques based on robust scientific and logical principles that are essential in today?s volatile and complex economy to successfully negotiate one?s career path. Equipped with a specifically designed framework (FICDM) to meet individual needs under the (Eastern) sub-continental conditions, and plenty of charts, graphs, self-assessment and analytical tools from across the world, this is an extremely useful, intelligent, and inspiring compilation. This well-researched book comes highly recommended and is a must-have. Amber Ahuja works as Advisor-South Asia at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. He is also an independent researcher and analyst. He has studied across four continents and has worked across more than ten countries in sectors including finance, petroleum, geochemistry, information technology, environment, forestry, literacy, and primary education. He is an Indian national, currently based in Sydney.

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